Art: On View

There were some paintings hung on the walls of a tiny room in the Anderson Galleries; other paintings, smaller ones, rested on cabinets or stood along the floor. The room was full of people, talking to each other in awed, foolish whispers. In the corner of the room sat a lady dressed in a black cloth coat, smiling like a severe Mona Lisa. She was Georgia O'Keeffe; the paintings on the wall belonged to her because she had made them; for some reason, the room seemed hers...

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